Catalog

Record Details

Catalog Search


Search Results Showing Item 1 of 1

Available copies

  • 1 of 1 copy available at Kirtland Community College.

Current holds

0 current holds with 1 total copy.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Kirtland Community College Library DS 922.2 .O24 2014 30775305499312 General Collection Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780465031238 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 0465031234 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 9780465050888 (e-book)
  • Physical Description: print
    xix, 519 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
  • Edition: Revised and updated third edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Basic Books, A member of the Perseus Books Group, [2014]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 473-504) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: 1 Where the Wild Birds Sing 1 -- The Emergence of Two Koreas 2 -- War and Its Aftermath 6 -- The Origins of Negotiation 9 -- Kim II Sung 13 -- Conversations with the South 18 -- 2 The End of the Beginning 22 -- Park Chung Hee 25 -- Washington Blinks at Park's Coup 30 -- The Impact of Yashin 33 -- 3 The Trouble Deepens 39 -- Tensions Increase 40 -- The Struggle with Japan 42 -- The Underground War 45 -- Challenge from the North 47 -- Echoes of Saigon 52 -- The South Korean Nuclear Weapons Program 55 -- Murder in me Demilitarized Zone 59 -- 4 The Carter Chill 67 -- Carter's Withdrawal: Origins and Implementation 68 -- The View from Pyongyang 75 -- End of the Carter Withdrawal 80 -- 5 Assassination and Aftermath 87 -- Growing Domestic Tensions 89 -- The Coming of Chun Doo Hwan 92 -- The Kwangju Uprising 98 -- The Fight to Save Kim Dae Jung 105 -- 6 Terror and Talk 109 -- The Negotiating Track 112 -- Floods and Face-to-Face Talks 115 -- Kim II Sung and the Soviet Connection 119 -- 7 The Battle for Democracy in Seoul 126 -- Chun's Succession Struggle 126 -- The Election of 1987 135 -- 8 The Great Olympic Coming-Out Party 140 -- The Coming of the Olympics 140 -- The Bombing of KAL Flight 858 144 -- The Rise of Nordpolitik 146 -- Washington Launches a Modest Initiative 150 -- 9 Moscow Switches Sides 154 -- The Roots of Change 156 -- Gorbachev Meets Roh 159 -- The Shevardnadze Mission 165 -- "How Long Will the Red Flag Fly?" 169 -- Soviet-South Korean Economic Negotiations 175 -- 10 China Shifts its Ground 178 -- A Visit to North Korea 180 -- China Changes Course 186 -- 11 Joining the Nuclear Issue 194 -- The Origins of the Nuclear Program 196 -- Nuclear Diplomacy: The American Weapons 198 -- First Steps 200 -- The December Accords 203 -- Meeting in New York 207 -- The Coming of the Inspectors 208 -- First Inspections 209 -- From Accommodation to Crisis 212 -- 12 Withdrawal and Engagement 219 -- The Light-Water-Reactor Plan 224 -- Kim Young Sam Blows the Whistle 228 -- The Season of Crisis Begins 232 -- 13 Showdown Over Nuclear Weapons 239 -- The Defueling Crisis 240 -- The Military Track 244 -- The Deepening Conflict 248 -- Carter in Pyongyang 256 -- 14 Death and Accord 265 -- The End of an Era 268 -- The Succession of Kim Jong Il 271 -- The Framework Negotiations 274 -- Fallout from the Agreed Framework 280 -- The Kim Jong Il Regime 281 -- Visit to Pyongyang 283 -- The Struggle over the Reactors 285 -- 15 North Korea in Crisis 289 -- Political Earthquake in Seoul 295 -- Summit Diplomacy and the Four-Party Proposal 299 -- The Submarine Incursion 302 -- North Korea's Steep Decline 308 -- The Passage of Hwang Jang Yop 312 -- The Two Koreas in Time of Trouble 316 -- 16 Turn Toward Engagement 319 -- Into the Heavens, Under the Earth 319 -- Toward an Aid-Based State 323 -- Perry to the Rescue 326 -- Toward the June Summit 330 -- Summit in Pyongyang 335 -- Engaging the United States 340 -- 17 The End of the Agreed Framework 347 -- A Rocky Start 350 -- The Impact of 9/11 356 -- Threads Come Together: Japan-North Korea Talks 359 -- Slouching Toward the Cliff 362 -- Kim Jong Il's Progress 364 -- The Unquiet Americans 366 -- The Morning After 372 -- 18 Trouble in the Us-Rok Alliance 381 -- Problems for Diplomacy 382 -- Sunshine, Barely 385 -- Tensions Rise 392 -- The Six-Party Mirage 395 -- Nuclear Peek-a-Boo 398 -- A Year of Zigzags 400 -- The End of KEDO 411 -- Traction, at Last 413 -- Rumble in Punggye 416 -- 19 The Emperor's New Clothes 419 -- Signs of Succession 424 -- Diplomatic Downturn 427 -- A Terrible Start 431 -- Clinton's Visit 435 -- Turning to the South 437 -- A Second North-South Summit, but Not a Third 439 -- Secret Talks, Public Clashes 443 -- The Rise of Chinese Influence 446 -- Rare Backlash 449 -- Yeonpyeong Island 451 -- Kim Jong Il's Death and Beyond 452 -- The New Look 456.
Summary, etc.: "Ever since Korea was first divided at the end of World War II, the tension between its northern and southern halves has riveted-and threatened to embroil-the rest of the world. In this landmark history, now thoroughly revised and updated in conjunction with Korea expert Robert Carlin, veteran journalist Don Oberdorfer grippingly describes how a historically homogenous people became locked in a perpetual struggle for supremacy-and how they might yet be reconciled"--
Subject: Korea (South) History
Korea (North) History
Search Results Showing Item 1 of 1

Additional Resources